Unfortunately, as an AI language model, I do not have access to real-time news and information. However, here are some examples of how automotive companies have contributed to humanitarian causes in the past:
1. Ford’s Project Better World: An initiative that includes partnerships with global organizations, non-profits and social entrepreneurs. The project focuses on four key areas – mobility, education, community development, and access to basic needs.
2. Toyota’s Disaster Relief Efforts: Toyota has contributed to disaster relief efforts around the world, including in Haiti following the catastrophic earthquake, and in the United States after Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria.
3. Tesla’s Puerto Rico Solar Power Project: Following Hurricane Maria, Tesla CEO Elon Musk offered to help restore power to Puerto Rico by building a solar power grid, which was completed in 2018.
4. General Motors’ Disaster Response: General Motors has donated millions of dollars in support of disaster relief efforts and has also provided resources such as vehicles and engineering support.
5. Nissan’s Zero Emissions Initiative: Nissan has provided electric vehicles and charging solutions to humanitarian organizations in an effort to reduce emissions and promote sustainability.
6. Mercedes-Benz’s H2O project: The H2O project is an initiative that provides educational resources and access to clean water in developing countries.
7. Hyundai’s Hope on Wheels: Since 1998, Hyundai has donated over $160 million to support pediatric cancer research and awareness.
8. Honda’s Sustainability Initiative: Honda has committed to reducing its environmental impact through initiatives like electric vehicle development and carbon reduction.
9. BMW’s Clean Energy Project: BMW has invested in research and development of clean energy technologies, such as hydrogen fuel cells and electric vehicles.
10. Volkswagen’s Think Blue initiative: The Think Blue initiative encourages sustainable practices and aims to reduce the environmental impact of Volkswagen’s vehicles and operations.